Caregiver Tips Video 16: Sundowning

Published On: April 8th, 2021Categories: Caregiver Tips
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A person with Alzheimer’s or dementia may become more confused or nervous later in the day ─ often as the sun sets. This is called sundowning. They may see or hear things that are not there, accuse people of things that aren’t true, and may pace or walk back and forth. Learn why this happens and what you can do to avoid or minimize this behavior.

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